F1Touch :: Fellowship One On The Go

Posted By: Chad Meyer

Fellowship Technologies is getting ready to introduce their new iPhone application: F1Touch. The inaugural version of F1Touch uses the power of the Fellowship One API to deliver people information on the go. As a first-party application, F1Touch will be fully supported by Fellowship Technologies and will be made available to Fellowship One customers through Apple’s App Store.

Let’s walk through some of the features available in this freshman release of F1Touch:

  3.  Individual Details
  F1Touch offers a complete view of any person in the user’s Fellowship One database. Using the touch screen of the iPhone, users can easily get to individual details such as phone numbers, email addresses, home address, pictures and other information captured in Fellowship One.

  At the bottom of the individual view, users can jump to a list of household members, including friends or extended family visitors that may have accompanied them to a service or event at church.

  F1Touch is fully interactive. Touch a person’s phone number to call them. Touch their email address to start an email to them. Touch an address to see the exact location on a Google map. All without leaving F1Touch.

 

4. My Profile
F1Touch lets the user choose to be remembered the next time they run the application. When enabled, F1Touch will automatically log the user in and conveniently take them to what they were doing when they last exited.

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Comments:
Mark Spidle said: on October 20, 2009 at 12:43 PM

Looks cool, can’t wait to download.

Clint Bieri said: on October 20, 2009 at 02:02 PM

This looks great!! I think the feature that I want will be doing checkin on an iPhone or iPod touch! This would be awesome for volunteers!!

Armando Flores said: on October 21, 2009 at 03:42 PM

Nice!!!!! will we be able to add a contact directly to our phone with the current info?

Brian Blocker said: on October 22, 2009 at 09:51 AM

I dig it! I like the concept. This is relevant technology.

Jeff Fulton said: on November 7, 2009 at 09:15 PM

Not compatible with iPod Touch. Why?

Jeff Fulton said: on November 9, 2009 at 02:07 PM

Yes, I tried it. It’s not compatible with iPod Touch because of a “microphone”

Bruce Armstrong said: on April 8, 2010 at 09:36 AM

Three enhancement requests:

1.  In the search results, show the age of the person in parenthesis after the name.  You might use “adult” rather than an actual age for folks over 18.  For larger churches and more common names, you can get a lot of results and the age helps you determine which is the right person without having to look at each hit individually.

2.  In the results for “View Household”, add the Authorizations information that appears in the normal portal.

3.  Add support for the iPad.  iPhone based apps installed on the iPad open up in iPhone size.  Would like to take advantage of the larger real estate on the iPad when deployed there.

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